[nmglug] can't send mail

Jason Schaefer js at jasonschaefer.com
Wed Mar 28 17:37:48 PDT 2007

Sounds like your sending from an ip that cybermesa does not trust (ie, 
owned by comcast or qwest). Try to authenticate, with your cybermesa 
user/pass, on the outgoing mail. edit -> account settings -> outgoing 
mail (smtp) -> edit -> use user name and password...

okeefe at cybermesa.com wrote:
> I have run into a problem sending mail either with T-Bird or Evolution. I can
> send to myself but no one else and I get an error:
> "An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: 5.7.1
> <address> Relaying denied. IP lookup failed []. Please verify that
> your email address is correct in your mail preferences and try again."
> I had installed Gnome-NetworkManager a couple days back and Spamato4Linux
> also. Spamato just showed up as working today in T-Bird and I sent mail with
> both these new apps running. I started getting these errors just a few hours
> ago and had made no changes in configurations.
> I'm running Ubuntu 6.06 on an Apple TiBook. I can send mail from my gmail
> account or my ISP webmail service in a browser.
> Any ideas?
> Many thanks
> brian
> PS-I'll uninstall spamato and see if that helps, though it shouldn't since
> Evolution isn't sending either. 
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